Monday, October 5, 2009

NCCU BLSA partners with Test Prep Program to host LSAT

The College Student Division Committee of the Black Law Students Association in partnership with the Test Prep Program at North Carolina Central University hosted “Preparing for the LSAT” for 28 undergraduate students on Saturday, October 3, 2009.

The College Student Division Committee, chaired by DeWarren K. Langley, conducts and implements programming to assist undergraduates with law school admission in addition to a mentoring program. The Test Prep Program (TTP) provides test preparation for the four major graduate and professional school examinations: GMAT, GRE, LSAT and MCAT. Through TTP, NCCU wants to increase admissions options for underrepresented groups at selective graduate and professional schools across the country. Since 1996, the services of The Princeton Review have been contracted for this program.

Langley, a second year law student believes that current law students must be committed to passing on the lessons they have learned about the law school application process and the journey to obtaining a Juris Doctor degree.

This is the first year BLSA and TTP have partnered.

“I look forward to an on-going partnership with the Black Law Student Association. This is something that I have always wanted to see happen,” says Leon Hardy, Director of the Test Prep Program.

If you are interested in serving on the College Student Division Committee, please contact the chair, DeWarren K. Langley at (919) 423-8089 or

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